Tess Humphrys lived in China for six years, working in marketing in the cities of Ningbo, Suzhou and Shanghai. Having originally planned to spend just a couple of years there, she quickly fell in love with China, particularly the constant sense of adventure and the pervasive energy of the country. Her writing about China has been published by The Guardian, Lonely Planet and Culture Trip among others. Some of her work can be found on her website.
Tess Humphrys discovers the Forest of Ten Thousand Peaks, an alternative to the popular karst formations in Yangshuo.